For this 2022 Program: Testing and Early Diagnosis, Drs. Devika Das, Medical Oncologist, Hematologist, UAB Medicine, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Alabama Birmingham; Dr. Rana McKay, Medical Oncologist, Associate Professor of Medicine, UC San Diego; and Dr. Medhavi Gupta, Hematologist-Oncologist, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Brown University, present the importance about Testing and Early Diagnosis.In this video, Dr. Rana McKay discusses why it’s crucial to get a prostate cancer screening.For more, please visit http://cancerGRACE.org/.To join the conversation, visit https://cancergrace.org/forum.
Scientists at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research have discovered new epigenetic biomarkers to predict more aggressive forms of prostate cancer. The new study is published in the journal, Clinical and Translational Medicine. The biomarkers can be used in combination with traditional clinical tools to predict if a man will go on to develop a more metastatic and lethal form of the disease and could help clinicians to develop a better treatment plan. Prostate cancer is, globally, the second most common cancer diagnosed in men. After diagnosis, about 50 percent of men will develop metastatic cancer during their lifetime. Typically, metastasis takes 15 or more years to develop, but a small percentage of men develop a fatal, metastatic form much earlier after diagnosis.Always First Video brings to you news, and explainers about current issues in India and across the global. our video covers Bollywood, Business, Sports. current affairs news, science & technology, politics, entertainment, viral and more. watch always the first video and stay tuned for all breaking news.
Dr. Clayton Lau, chief, Division of Urology and Urologic Oncology at City of Hope, a leading-edge cancer research and treatment organization, discusses how prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA) PET scans significantly improve prostate cancer detection and treatment. He talks about single-port robotic prostatectomy that improves recovery time and how prostate surgery is increasingly becoming an outpatient procedure with same-day discharge.#CityOfHopeAt City of Hope since 2006, Clayton S. Lau, M.D., specializes in minimally invasive approaches to urologic oncology and reconstructive urology. He has performed over 3,500 robotic and laparoscopic procedures. He has also trained numerous surgeons in robotic surgery throughout the U.S. He is an international expert in robotic surgery and has been invited to lecture and perform robotic surgeries internationally.Dr. Lau is known for the close, professional relationship he establishes with his patients. He goes the extra mile to make sure they know everything they need to know about their urologic malignancy treatment options – and that includes getting a second opinion.“Second opinions are very important for any patient who has been diagnosed with cancer,” he says. “I see about 20 to 30 second opinion patients per month.”
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Renne Smith’s husband is paralysed because of prostrate cancer and she saved his life by securing him to the hospital bed during harsh Hurricane Ian in Florida.
Genetic Testing in Advanced Prostate CancerLeonard Gomella, MD, FACSCME Available: https://auau.auanet.org/node/37229ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSThis educational activity is supported by independent educational grants from:AstellasAstraZenecaBayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals Inc.Exact Sciences CorporationJanssen Biotech, Inc., administered by Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLCLantheus Medical ImagingPfizer, Inc.Sanofi Genzyme
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As October begins, Prostate Cancer Awareness Month ends and Breast Cancer Awareness Month begins. Charlotte area doctors inspired by women who bravely share their stories are hoping men will do the same.That’s because prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in men. But around 4 million men in the United States are living with it thanks in part to early detection.Chloe Leshner shares more from a survivor and a Charlotte-area doctor: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/health/charlotte-doctors-survivors-advocate-for-regular-prostate-cancer-screenings/275-5df52e77-b8f8-470d-add5-5a785c20e5a4
As September ends, so does Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Charlotte-area doctors are hoping men remain vigilant with their screenings.
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Let’s unite to raise awareness about Prostate cancer & its impact in thelife of people living with it.To throw more light on the subject & guide us on what’s right for diagnosis &Treatment of Prostate cancer today we have with us Dr Nikhil HemthaniDr Nikhil Hemthani is a renowned Consultant Urologist , practicing at ActionCancer Hospital, New DelhiDr Nikhil Hemthani has rich experience in the field of urology and carries outthe treatments with utmost precision & efficiency, ensuring that patient’shealth is in safe hands.#prostatecancer.#menshealth.#urology.#peaceoutprostatecancer.